Rightwing lawmaker claims he learned of "sexual improprieties" at bureau headquarters from mystery "whistleblowers."
Department of Justice officials argued in a motion filed Friday that the appointment of the special master is still hindering its investigation.
He's also out to gut Social Security and Medicare, the senator said in a takedown of her Wisconsin colleague just weeks before the midterms.
“In California we believe in equality and acceptance," Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
Apparently, it's a no-go given “what we know about the ongoing investigations" into the former president, a recent survey finds.
Lawmakers and watchdogs think House leadership is trying to tank a ban on congressional stock trading: “It would please the voters but hurt their wallets.”
Alabama Republicans' argument for a race-blind approach to redistricting could lead to the "biggest decline in Black and Latino representation in generations."
After working to please the Trump base for two years, the Florida governor has the opportunity to appeal to mainstream voters by managing the hurricane response.
President Joe Biden's plan to forgive up to $20,000 per student loan borrower is facing a legal challenge from GOP-led states.
James' office said it wants an expedited schedule because the Trumps are engaged in "an ongoing scheme."